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Historic Tax Law and SBA Lending Changes Affecting Your Business

Franchise Business Network South Winter 2018 Quarterly Meeting
January 23, 2018
11:30 AM Central


January 23, 2018
11:30 AM Central

What will the passage of December's Tax Cuts and Job Act mean for the franchise community? Hear from tax professionals on how these changes may impact your business, including new approaches to business deductions, pass-through entities, corporations and individual and estate tax rate changes.

We'll also take a look at recent changes in the Small Business Administration's lending programs for franchising, and how franchisors can participate without joining the Franchise Registry.

Our Program: Panel Discussion

What the New Tax Bill Means for Franchisors

  • Cindy Anderson, CPA
    Senior Manager/Wealth Advisors Tax Department
  • Blake Harrison, CPA
    Senior Manager/Wealth Advisors Tax Department
  • Steven K. Wood
    Baker Donelson 

Changes in SBA Lending Programs

  • Turner Gaw 
    Vice President, Business Development Officer and Franchise Lending Specialist
  • Phil Sanders
    Director of Global Franchise Sales and Development
    Servpro Industries, Inc.

An open forum for questions and discussion will follow the presentations.

Baker Donelson is pleased to host IFA's quarterly Franchise Business Network events, which bring together franchisors, franchisees and industry suppliers, for substantive programming and conversation on the latest business and legislative developments in the franchise world.

Presentations will be viewed via video conference in our Birmingham, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, Chattanooga, and Orlando offices.

Click here for full location details for your city.

Program and lunch are complimentary. Space is limited for this event.

RSVP to attend by Thursday, January 18. 

Events Contact

Heather Stripling
T: 205.250.8332
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